On November 13th NAIST carried out his Open Campus event. Unlike the one that takes place in March, this one targets kids and is full with activities and stalls where they can interact with new technologies and try a variety of interesting demos. But in the middle of all of that, there is always a moment for some physical activity. For this, NAIST Kendo Club also participated in the event, offering an exhibition of kendo equipment, videos of current tournaments and, the most popular, a kendo try-out.
On November 13th, NAIST carried out an Open Campus dedicated especially to kids, where they could learn about science while having fun at the same time.
NAIST held Open Campus on Sunday November 13, 2016. The Mobile Computing Laboratory also contributed to this event by demonstrating the usage of a popular simulator, Simulation of Urban MObility (SUMO), which simulates road traffic.